Frank Ragnow – OC – Arkansas

By Dave Syvertsen, Ourlads' Senior Draft Analyst Frank Ragnow - OC - Arkansas The evolvement of NFL pass rushers shifting away from the edge to the inside will cause teams to put slightly more attention on securing the point of attack. The center position is no longer a secondary play caller and director, these guys have to be quality blockers. Frank Ragnow, a former guard, is manning the position in the middle for Bret Bielema, a head coach known for developing plenty of ... Read more >>
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Derek Nnadi – DT – Florida State

By Dave Syvertsen, Ourlads' Senior Draft Analyst Derek Nnadi - DT - Florida State When it comes to winning against both one-on-one and double team battles in the trenches, a defensive tackle needs to play low to the ground with a powerful base. Late in games and in short yardage situations, these defenders are crucial to defending the inside run. Derek Nnadi, a fourth year senior, has been a steady presence for the Seminoles more-than-solid defense over his entire career. ... Read more >>
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Armani Watts – FS – Texas A&M

By Dave Syvertsen, Ourlads' Senior Draft Analyst Armani Watts - FS - Texas A&M The top defensive player in a typical draft class is, usually, an edge rusher. At this point of early October, none of the projected top edge rushers are standing out via performance. Next up, cornerback. Same story, as there doesn’t appear to be any lockdown cover men out there. While it is way too early to project who exactly is going where, one thing is standing out. Watts might be one ... Read more >>
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Anthony Miller – WR – Memphis

By Dave Syvertsen, Ourlads' Senior Draft Analyst Anthony Miller - WR - Memphis When it comes to the playmaking positions, namely quarterback, wide receiver and running back, underclassmen take over the top grades for the most part. In a year where we have to see any of the pass catchers stand out week by week, there is a small but mighty fifth year senior that plays for a program off the national radar. Memphis’ record breaking number one target, Anthony Miller, is doing ... Read more >>
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Fantasy Football: Key Injuries (Week 5)

By Jamal Murphy, OFN Chief Fantasy Analyst Fantasy Football: Key Injuries (Week 5) This is the NFL where injuries are part of the game. Here are the key injuries and the fantasy football ramifications for Week 5. Bills at Bengals…Jordan Matthews will have thumb surgery, keeping him out of the Bills’ lineup for at least a month. That leaves Zay Jones and Charles Clay as Tyrod Taylor’s only legitimate passing options. Tyler Eifert is out for the Bengals with a lingering ... Read more >>
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College Football Injury Report: Week 6

By Greg DePalma, OFN Executive Producer College Football Injury Report: Week 6 To set your lineups in your college football fantasy leagues we provide this weekly report that covers the most important players in the country for their respective teams. Don’t forget to tune in every Friday for OFNs College Football Preview show for in-depth game coverage including more details on the playing status of key players as well as game analysis, trends, the latest odds and picks. Key ... Read more >>
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Ourlads Football Radio Network

By Greg DePalma, OFN Executive Producer Ourlads Football Radio Network 10/6…Episode XIX Host Greg DePalma previews Week 6 in college football with game-by-game analysis including the latest injury reports, odds, trends and picks. -This week’s key games include Miami at Florida State, Alabama at Texas A&M and Michigan State at Michigan. Additional weekly OFN programs include OFN Monday Nights, Dan Shonka’s up-to-date scouting reports on Wednesdays, NFL game previews ... Read more >>
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Fantasy Strategies: Start ‘em/Sit ‘em

By Jamal Murphy, OFN Chief Fantasy Analyst Fantasy Strategies: Start ‘em/Sit ‘em Each week, fantasy owners’ biggest conundrums usually boil down to which players on their roster to start and which ones to leave sitting on their bench. One wrong move could cost you a win for the week and, consequently, a playoff spot down the road. Here are a handful of not-so-obvious players to start or sit for Week 5 of the fantasy football season. STARTS RB LaGarrett Blount, Philadelphia ... Read more >>
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Ourlads Football Radio Network – Fantasy Week 5

By Greg DePalma, OFN Executive Producer Ourlads Football Radio Network 10/5…Fantasy Episode VI Host Greg DePalma is joined by Ourlads.com Chief Fantasy Analyst Jamal Murphy and fellow fantasy expert Dan Weinreich for a Week 5 preview. Main topics include… -What should you do about position players on Oakland and Tennessee with key quarterback injuries? -Which free agent running back pick-up from this past week should you think of starting? Additional weekly OFN programs ... Read more >>
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NFL Futures (Week 5)

By Greg DePalma, OFN Executive Producer NFL Futures Since 1990, 121 of 324 playoff teams advanced to the postseason after starting 2-2 or worse including four such teams in 2016… Detroit (1-3) Miami (1-3) Kansas City (2-2) New York Giants (2-2) The Chiefs would end up winning the AFC West. Speaking of the Chiefs, this year’s version is off to a much better start as they currently remain the league’s only unbeaten team. However, don’t count the Chiefs in the ... Read more >>
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